By Lana Abdallah and Nuha Abdessalam, contributing writers
Lt. Gov. Julianna Stratton visited Governors State University on Tuesday, April 12, to continue her campaign to address Illinois’ shortage of teachers and to promote teaching as a profession for students of color.
Stratton met with GSU President Cheryl Green and faculty and students to solicit feedback during her statewide tour of public universities, as she gathers information that will help shape the administration’s education policies.
At a press conference following their meetings, Green introduced Stratton, vowing that GSU is “removing barriers to graduate more educators for the state . . .
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